3 edition of review of the Nucras tessellata group (Sauria: Lacertidae) found in the catalog.
review of the Nucras tessellata group (Sauria: Lacertidae)
Donald G. Broadley
|Statement||by Donald G. Broadley.|
|Series||Arnoldia,, v. 5, no. 20|
|LC Classifications||AS622 .A7 vol. 5, no. 20, QL666.L255 .A7 vol. 5, no. 20|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||80453269|
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Nucras tessellata — FITZSIMONS & BRAIN Nucras tessellata tessellata — AUERBACH Nucras tessellata — BAUER & BRANCH Nucras tessellata — PIANKA & VITT Nucras tesellata — BRANCH & BAUER 5 (in error) A review of the Nucras tessellata group (Sauria: Lacertidae). Arnoldia ; Burger, M.
?genus=Nucras&species=tessellata. A review of the Nucras tessellata group (Sauria: Lacertidae). Arnoldia Edwards, Shelley; Krystal A. Tolley, Bieke Vanhooydonck, G. John Measey and Anthony Herrel ?genus=Nucras&species=caesicaudata. Nucras taeniolata taeniolata — BROADLEY Nucras taeniolata — BRANCH & BAUER Nucras taeniolata — EDWARDS et al.
Distribution: Republic of South Africa Broadley, D.G. A review of review of the Nucras tessellata group book Nucras tessellata group (Sauria: Lacertidae). Arnoldia ;?genus=Nucras&species=taeniolata.
Broadley, D.G. A review of the Nucras tessellata group (Sauria: Lacertidae). Arnoldia ; Conradie, Werner; Brian Reeves, Neil Brown, & Jan A. Venter Herpetofauna of the Oviston, Commando Drift and Tsolwana nature reserves in the arid interior of the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa Indago - get paper ?genus=Nucras.
A review of the Nucras tessellata group (Sauria: Lacertidae). Arnoldia (Rhodesia) 5(20): 1– Reference page. Links. Uetz, P. & Hallermann, J. Nucras caesicaudata. The Reptile Database. Accessed on 25 October Vernacular names Nucras intertexta — FITZSIMONS & BRAIN Nucras intertexta — AUERBACH Nucras intertexta — BAUER et al.
Nucras intertexta — KIRCHHOF et review of the Nucras tessellata group book. Nucras intertexta — BATES et al. Distribution: Namibia, Botswana, S Zimbabwe, S Mozambique, N Republic of South Africa Type locality: Country near Latakoo, Cape ?genus=Nucras&species=intertexta.
John Davies Knatchbull Lloyd known as J. Lloyd, was born on 28 April review of the Nucras tessellata group book, in Kensington, London, he was the elder son of John Maurice Edward Lloyd, M.
a barrister of Lincoln's went to Winchester School and Trinity College Oxford, was the founder of the Hypocrites' Club, which included among its members Evelyn Waugh, Anthony Powell, Robert Byron and many other prominent figures Répartition. Cette espèce se rencontre dans le sud du Mozambique, dans le sud-ouest du Zimbabwe et dans le nord-est de l'Afrique du Sud .
Publication originale. Broadley, A review of the Nucras tessellata group (Sauria: Lacertidae). Arnoldia, vol. 20, p. ; Liens externes Nucras caesicaudata  är en ödleart som beskrevs av Donald G. Review of the Nucras tessellata group book Nucras caesicaudata ingår i släktet Nucras och familjen lacertider.
  Inga underarter finns listade i Catalogue of Life.Källor. a b; Externa länkar. Wikimedia Commons har media som rör Nucras :// Nucras species in Western Botswana Accounts and photos of non-captive reptiles in their natural habitat in South Africa. Try to record with your account details such as time of day/night, temperature, weather conditions, lunar cycle, sex, rough age of reptile, and so ?t= Sandveld lizards (genus Nucras) are widespread in southern Africa, but are generally secretive and poorly known.
We examined preserved specimens from five species of Nucras collected over a broad time span ( years) and a geographic area covering most of South Africa and Swaziland. We had three main objectives: to test for sexual size dimorphism, to quantify male and female reproductive BROADLEY, D.G.
A review of the Nucras tessellata group (Sauria: Lacertidae) Arnoldia Rhodesia 5(20): 1– BROADLEY, D.G. A review of the Mabuya maculilabris group in south-eastern Africa (Sauria: Scincidae). Arnoldia Rhodesia 6(23): 1– BROADLEY, D.G. A review of the cobras of the Naja nigricollis complex in The book review of the Nucras tessellata group book contains a detailed discussion by Peter Johnson of every photograph in the Collection, giving technical details, artistic objectives and I I I I I I I I I • I.
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Broadley, D.G. () A review of the Nucras tessellata group (Sauria: Lacertidae).: Photo 9: The Western Sandveld Lizard (Nucras tessellata) Photo The Spotted Sand Lizard (Pedioplanis lineoocellata) Skinks (Family Scincidae) Three typical skink species and one legless skink are expected to occur in the Park.
The three typical skink species have wide distributions in Broadley, D.G. () A review of the Nucras tessellata group (Sauria: Lacertidae). Arnoldia (Rhodesia), 5 (20), A possible new lizard of the genus Nucras Gray (Sauria: Lacertidae) in the A new endemic Sandveld Lizard, genus Nucras, is described from south-western Angola.
Morphologically it resembles members of the Nucras tessellata group, but it is genetically separated and is An Nucras caesicaudata in uska species han Reptilia nga ginhulagway ni Donald G. Broadley hadton An Nucras caesicaudata in nahilalakip ha genus nga Nucras, ngan familia nga Lacertidae.
Waray hini subspecies nga nakalista. Mga kasarigan Nucras caesicaudata BROADLEY Espesye sa reptil ang Nucras caesicaudata. Una ning gihulagway ni Donald G.
Broadley ni adtong Ang Nucras caesicaudata sakop sa kahenera nga Nucras sa kabanay nga Lacertidae. Pagka karon wala pay siak One Kalahari lacertid, Nucras tessellata (Smith, ) may be specialized in feeding on scorpions, at least during certain periods of the year (Huey & Piankavan der Meer et al.
Pedro Vaz Pinto's 16 research works with 78 citations and 3, reads, including: Another Angolan Namib endemic species: a new Nucras Gray, (Squamata: Lacertidae) from south-western Angola Sandveld lizards (genus Nucras) are widespread in southern Africa, but are generally secretive and poorly known.
We examined preserved specimens from five species of Nucras collected over a the Red Book of Fauna (Misja ; REC ), in Serbia the Red Book of Amphibians (Kalezić et al. ), the Red Book of Rep-tiles (Tomović et al.
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Five species (Nucras holubi, Nucras intertexta, Nucras lalandii, Nucras ornata, and Nucras tessellata; hereafter referred to as the ‘dietary species’) were used to investigate the relationship between diet and head shape because dietary information on these species was available (Table 1; adapted from Van Der Meer et al., ).
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The Zoological Society of Southern Africa held a symposium on herpetology and ichthyology inthe proceedings of which have been published in Zoologica Africana, and no less than 17 papers dealt specifically with research carried out recently on southern African amphibians and :// A review of Chamaetortus aulicus Günther, with the description of a new subspecies from Malawi (Serpentes: Colubridae).
Arnoldia (Rhodesia) 5(11): 1– Reference page. Broadley, D.G. A review of the Nucras tessellata group (Sauria: Lacertidae). Arnoldia (Rhodesia) 5(20): 1– Reference page. Broadley, D.G. Conclusion. Vanda spp. are of much significance as ornamental flowers, but also used widely in traditional medicines and have potential for their diverse pharmacological activities.
However, many members of the genus Vanda need further detailed studies regarding chemical constituents and mechanism-based pharmacological activities. Similarly, further studies should also focus on the View Johan du Plessis ()’s profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community.
Johan has 9 jobs listed on their profile. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Johan’s connections and jobs at similar :// For example, the Australian pygopodid Pygopus nigriceps and the Kalahari lacertid Nucras tessellata both consume an excessive number of scorpions when compared to other lizard species (Pianka ).
Nucras forages widely to capture these large arachnids by day in their diurnal retreats, whereas the nocturnal Pygopus sits and waits for scorpions The diurnal Kahalari lacertid Nucras tessellata regularly eats scorpions (Pianka et al., ), and it seemingly searches scorpion burrows during the late morning, when scorpions are underground and perhaps unable to defend themselves effectively.
Other lizards may use chemical cues to detect scorpions and then dig them :// 1. Introduction. The roughly species of the tribe Ceropegieae (Apocynaceae-Asclepiadoideae) are made up of the four major groups: Brachystelma Sims ( spp.), Ceropegia L.
( spp.), the stem-succulents popularly known as the stapeliads ( spp. in 31 genera: Bruyns et al., ) and an early-divergent group of about 45 species (Bruyns et al., ) in the genera Anisotoma Fenzl (3 spp Another lizard, Nucras tessellata (Lacertidae), is a diurnal scorpion specialist that actively searches for nocturnal scorpions in their retreats (usually burrows) (Pianka, Huey et al.,pers.
comm.). Scorpions comprise 532 per cent of the diet of N. :// The book is aimed at advanced undergraduate or graduate students while still being an informative, and enjoyable, read for professionals. As a highly integrated and unifying field within biology, ecology draws upon a variety of disparate topics.
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The index is calculated by summing the scores for all species :// FEEDING, Moxostoma lacerum (food manipulation) 5–13; Bagrus meridionalis (bi-parental care) 71–74; Acanthopagrus berda (jaw movement & prey size) –; Dascyllus aruanus (intra-group; trophic niche struct.) –; Carcharodon carcharias (predation rate & prey abund.) –; Chirostoma (consocium, jordani, labarcae) (trophic Pacific Giant Octopus, Enteroctopus dofleini, inches long without arms, “Always revelations,” Susan Middleton wrote in the diary she kept while making the extraordinary photographs that grace Spineless: Portraits of Marine book opens with an image that encapsulates the spirit of the work: a tiny, diaphanous octopus shot against a white background—so exquisite GROUP SIPHONEÆ.
The distinct and peculiar character of this group is that in each individual the whole plant consists of but one cell. There are many genera, some of which are plants of elaborate form and considerable size, but always the one cell expands and branches without dividing the elongated cavity with septa, or plates of Due to the uncertain monophyly of Pedioplanis, several species belonging to other lacertid genera in southern Africa were incorporated as additional ingroup taxa.
They include representatives of Meroles (M. knoxii, M. suborbitalis, and M. reticulatus), Ichnotropis (I. capensis), Nucras (N. tessellata), and Heliobolus (H. lugubris). Book Review Pdf Review Santos, Xavier A search using Thomson ISI Web ok Knowledge pdf response to the term Natrix in the title of published papers gives a number of more than references.
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